The band debuted the video Tuesday. The video’s premiere came roughly three months after the band debuted the song’s lyric video. The new video features the band performing its single on what is meant to look like a stage setup so as to give audiences an idea of what the band looks like in a live setting.
The musical arrangement featured in the single is, like that of the album’s other singles, ‘Good Lovin’, ‘Atrophy,’ and ‘The Get Down‘, a heavy southern sludge metal composition a la Black Label Society, Corrosion of Conformity, and Crowbar.
No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the news release announcing the song’s debut. The lyrics presented in the song’s lyric video hint at the theme centering on someone who is self-assured. It promotes…well…self confidence. That is just this critic’s interpretation.
All four singles listed are featured in Vermilion Whiskey’s new album, Crimson & Stone, which is slated for release Friday.
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